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File:I made a difference, Ohio Secretary of State.JPG|thumb|right|150px|sticker passed out to Ohio voters The '''Ohio Secretary of State''' is an elected statewide official in the State of Ohio. The Secretary of state is responsible for overseeing elections in the state; registering business entities (corporations, etc.) and granting them the authority to do business within the state; registering secured transactions; and granting access to public documents. From 1803 to 1851, the Ohio Secretary of State was elected by the Ohio General Assembly to a three-year term. The 1851 Ohio Constitution made the office elective, with a two-year term. In 1954, the office's term was extended to four years. The Secretary of State is Election Results, Ohio Secretary of State|elected in even-numbered, off cycle years, (no Presidential elections), after partisan primary elections.
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